This was a dining style that was very popular 50 years ago and is now making a comeback in the age of the coronavirus pandemic. While some restaurants have reopened at least with outdoor seating, other restaurants have been aiming to get creative with their dining style. Carhops are now becoming popular again and a way for people to enjoy getting out and about.\r\n\r\nMarketing firm Top Agency has reported that Sonic Drive-In has become America's most preferred fast-food destination since mid-March. McDonald\u2019s, Wendy\u2019s, and Taco Bell are also up there in the running. Why? Because many of their locations have adopted carhop service.\r\nCarhops are becoming popular again\r\n\r\n\r\nWhen many restaurant locations realized that "just takeout" wasn't cutting it, they adapted the old-school dining service via their drive-in. Happy Day\u2019s Family Bistro in Chester County, Philadelphia is one of the many restaurants adapting this. Owner Mohamed \u201cMo\u201d Maaty says that they even equipped their waitresses with retro satin poodle skirts!\r\n\r\nRELATED: Some Stores And Restaurants Are Adding COVID-19 Surcharge\r\n\r\n\u201cWe service them, give them a fresh, hot meal, and do everything , except they\u2019ll be sitting in their seat in their own car,\u201d Mo tells The Philadelphia Inquirer. \u201cThe problem with takeout is that you get cold food by the time it gets home. Here, in the parking lot, we can modify food and offer refills. Complete service.\u201d\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/www.instagram.com\/p\/CAfeA6eHce9\/\r\n\r\nMo is also thinking about adapting a big movie screen to the service so that guests can enjoy a movie while eating their meal. Some restaurants have already utilized their parking lots to create makeshift drive-in movie theatres. Various businesses and services have been making a comeback during the pandemic from sewing to milk delivery service. What else will make a comeback in the age of the coronavirus?! Only time will tell.